Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Win Tickets To See David Banner, Porsha Williams, Roland Martin & More at The 2016 Memphis Black Expo

"Enter for your chance to win tickets to the summers's most anticipated cultural festival."

This Summer the country's best cultural festival kicks off  June 2 through June 5th at The Agricenter International Center where talent from the likes of  Dick Gregory, David Banner, Porsha Williams and many more top off a festival full of food, fashion, music, art, activism, and so much more.
We here at WITIN RADIO, know you don’t want to miss this, so we’re proud to offer you a chance to win a free  pair of tickets to the festival courtesy of WITIN RADIO,The Neely Agency & The Memphis Black Expo and V-Rock Productions.
To enter, simply use the comment space ( Leave Full Name & E-mail) below or e-mail (Walter@WitinRadio.Com) between May 10th and May 25th. The winner will be chosen on May 26th, 2016.
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About The Memphis Black Expo:
Memphis Black Expo, a V-Rock Production, was created by the director of the show, Viara Boyd, to evoke social, cultural and economic change. With none-other like it in the Greater Memphis Area, Boyd and her 40-person creative army, take a year to strategize and plan the show.

“The Memphis Black Expo is planned in such a way, that every event is designed to help, educate and empower the black community,” Boyd said. “Black people, black lives matter is becoming more visual and the attitude of black people in this country is changing. People are becoming more socially aware and that includes buying power, history, culture, generational wealth…this is why events like MBX are important.”

Started in March 2008, with the help of family and friends, Boyd hosted the first expo for two days, had 700 guests and 45 vendors. With a lot of late nights and a stellar team, Boyd has seen an unprecedented growth in attendees, vendors, events and celebrity guest appearances with MBX since then. Over the past six years, it has evolved into a five day show with more than 20,000 guests and 250-300 vendors every year. MBX continues to focus on and highlight small, black owned businesses but also raises cultural awareness, encourages cultural curiosity, social consciousness, cooperative economics, and generational wealth, all while creating an atmosphere where families can have fun.